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CAH

(Critical Access Hospital) See healthcare IT.
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It then examines the divergent approaches taken by the ICTY and ICTR with respect to hate speech and CAH.
Females without CAH had less interest than males in occupations related to things, such as engineer or surgeon, and more interest in careers focused on interacting with people, such as social worker or teacher.
You really have to be a strong advocate for your child with CAH.
The post-WWII conflicts and regime victimization described above reveal a new development in CAH.
After the 2006 issue of the CAH Financial Indicators Report, the research team decided to move beyond assessment of performance relative to medians.
The CAH coupled with a robust air network is a core pillar of our highly efficient operational backbone in Asia Pacific," said McHugh.
Thus, we employed a GEE logit model (Fitzmanrice, Laird, and Ware 2004) to estimate the effects of CAH conversion on the binary PSI variables (i.
A comparison of the observed frequencies of genotypes in this screened group with those in a retrospective study on confirmed CAH patients with CYP21 deficiency from southern Germany is shown in Table 1.
Not surprisingly, adrenal androgens and bone parameters were lower among the 12 postmenopausal CAH patients, compared with the 14 still premenopausal women, he said.
About 14 percent (93) of these potential CAHs operated an inpatient psychiatric or rehabilitation DPU, which they would have to close to convert to CAH status.
But there is another,more misunderstood effect of CAH, which often leaves its sufferers shunned by society.
The genetic frequency of classical CAH is approximately 1 in 15,000 births.